Your proposed constituency is Great Yarmouth
The map below displays our proposals for new constituencies in the area you searched for.
We encourage you to explore the interactive map below, viewing comments submitted by others by either clicking on the map pins for the areas you are interested in, or clicking on the 'View Comments' button to browse, filter and search all responses in table form. Please then give us your views on our proposals and the responses of others through this website using the 'Make a Comment' button during a statutory consultation period. Click on the 'How to' link at the top of the page for help on how to use this interactive site. You can alternatively view our text proposal report for the region, and pdf maps, via the link under the 'Useful links' heading below the map.
The secondary consultation will run from 22 February to 4 April 2022 inclusive. Though responses to the first consultation are published before the first of those dates, please note that we cannot accept or take account of any comment or views received before or after that statutory consultation period.
Click on map on interactive map below and by clicking on the highlighted blue bubbles you can access public comments
What do you need to know?
The number of constituencies in the Eastern region will increase from 58 to 61
By law, every constituency we propose must contain between 69,724 and 77,062 Parliamentary electors (as at 2 March 2020)
As far as possible, we try to have regard to local ties, geographic factors, local government boundaries (as they were known at 1 December 2020), existing constituencies, and minimising disruption caused by proposed change
We use local government wards as the building blocks for proposed constituencies, but will consider splitting a ward where there is a strong case for doing so that helps us better respect the factors above